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Three intersecting glass corridors sweep outwards from a sunken, triangular-shaped visitors centre designed by Studio Maks and Junya Ishigami + Associates for Park Vijversburg in the Netherlands. Read more
The dome tent is a fixture of ground camping, traveling to camp by way of backpack or car trunk. Gently domed ripstop is not something you see in the roof-top tent market, however, where design tends to borrow more from cabin tents. Australia's Moab Rooftop Tents is fixing on changing that, pulling the stakes out of the dirt and lifting the dome tent onto the vehicle roof...Continue Reading D
having previously designed a single prototype of the armoir, schulz has built on his collection of furniture.The post alex schulz adds a statement spotlight to the traditional armoir appeared first on designboom | architecture & design magazine.
Parents wanting to get their kids into coding from an early age are spoiled for choice, with toys like Vortex, Codeybot, Photon and Cozmo, but there aren't many gadgets for an older audience wanting to try their hand at programming. Currently on Kickstarter, Hexa is a six-legged, sensor-laden robot that's essentially a blank slate for people to program their own functionality into, and share
share your world from a unique first-person perspective with the hands-free ‘frontrow’ wearable camera, which supports short time-lapses and live-streaming.The post frontrow is a wearable technology camera that captures live-streaming appeared first on designboom | architecture & design magazine.
"I've been researching for this project for the last 26 years. The wealth of knowledge amongst our team is so vast that between us, we have the entire tapestry of Sonic on the back of our hands." ...
Although smartphones are equipped with all the hardware for first-person perspective filming, a few companies have been working to perfect a wearable camera that blends effortlessly into the wearer's life. Snapchat has Spectacles, and now Ubiquiti Labs has the FrontRow. With two cameras and the ability to livestream through Facebook, Twitter and YouTube, it's designed to make chronicling the
designboom speaks to aerial photographer bernhard lang about beauty, destruction, and capturing life from above. The post bernhard lang interview: the aerial photographer on life in the sky appeared first on designboom | architecture & design magazine.
Small red- and blue-glazed bricks pattern the exterior of this house by Austin Maynard Architects, which replaces a garage in the Melbourne suburb of Richmond. Read more
The design partnership between Aston Martin and Zagato started with the DB4 GT Zagato in 1960, and has been sporadically rekindled over the intervening six decades. It spawned the Vanquish Zagato Coupe and Volante last year, but the designers clearly had more to give, because Pebble Beach will play host to another creation. Meet the Vanquish Zagato Speedster, which will be followed by a Shoot

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